The National Weather Service has raised the tornado count from Tuesday to three.
A storm survey team earlier today confirmed that an EF2 twister hit Barbour County south of Eufaula, and now the weather service has confirmed two additional tornadoes, both in Pike County.
None of the tornadoes caused any injuries.
New details are available about the Eufaula storm, which had estimated peak winds of 130 mph, according to the weather service.
It had a path length of 7.85 miles and a path width of 350 yards, according to a preliminary storm report.
The tornado touched down at 11:34 a.m. west of Lee Parker Lane, just north of Highway 131. It tracked northeastward, damaging two houses along Five Mile Road.
It crossed Highway 131 near Leroy Road, where it damaged two houses and a mobile home. The tornado then turned eastward and strengthened as it crossed Highway 431. It did its most significant damage in the Country Club of Alabama neighborhood along the south side of Pebble Beach Drive, according to the weather service.
The weather service said the tornado pulled large sections of roof off a few well-built houses and toppled some exterior walls.
The tornado then crossed the Chattahoochee River and continued into Georgia.
The second tornado confirmed today was an EF0 in Pike County.
It had top estimated winds of 75 mph, according to the weather service. It had a path length of 0.83 miles and a path width of 180 yards.
It touched down at 10:51 a.m. Tuesday just south of Highway 223 and the Sandfield community. The tornado took down several trees as it crossed over County Road 6615, according to the weather service.
The report said the tornado appeared to dissipate before reaching the Bullock County line.
A third tornado track was also found, this one also in Pike County.
It was also an EF0 tornado and had top estimated winds of 80 mph. It had a path length of 1.61 miles and a path width of 80 yards.
It touched down at 10:34 a.m. Tuesday near the intersection of Lake Road and Oak Grove Road just southwest of the Troy Municipal Airport, according to the weather service.
The tornado tracked to the east-northeast, downing trees and taking the roof off a barn, and then crossed the north-south runways at the airport, according to the report.
The tornado tracked south of the airport tower and took down a few more trees before dissipating west of Highway 231.
The weather service got video of that tornado from the airport as well.
The weather service offices in Birmingham, Mobile and Tallahassee, Fla., (which covers southeast Alabama) issued multiple tornado warnings on Tuesday.
In addition to tornado reports the weather service has also collected multiple reports of wind damage across central and south Alabama.
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